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AAMET likes to hear from mental health and medi- cal practitioners about their use of EFT, as well as research being conducted. Please get in touch if you are involved in any reasearch or studies which involve EFT.


Mahima Kalla, a PhD student from Melbourne, Australia, shares details of the research she is un- dertaking at the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Monash University, Australia.


“I have been awarded an Australian Postgraduate Award to undertake a PhD in the topic “The use and perceived benefit of Emotional Free- dom Techniques (EFT) for building the health and wellbeing of rural people in Australia and India that have a physical illness.”


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I would mainly like to study what sort of changes occur within a person’s energetic and astral field upon administering EFT, that results in an improvement in a disease/medical condition.


Upon drawing conclusions on the perceived benefits of EFT, I will explore how it can be safely administered in a rural context, especially where conventional medical infrastructure is limited.


Some of the ways I have in mind to study the co-relations between energy field and illness include: Clinical trials, Tests such as blood tests, & Kirlian photography


I look forward to presenting my research findings to you in future.” Mahima


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